Jew Crew, Bangitout, JDate. Now, add Tribe of Angels to the list of Jewish social networking websites.
An online forum where Jewish investors “can share their interests and expertise with entrepreneurs and vice versa,” Tribe of Angels is the brainchild of Cleveland-based technology consultant Paul Allen, who launched the site in 2004. The site doesn’t yet have the power or breadth of non-denominational social networking sites, like Facebook or LinkedIn; there are only 6,000 members in the database, according to the Cleveland Jewish News.
While it’s far from an answer to the anti-Israel Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions campaign, Tribe of Angels links religiously- and politically-likeminded Jewish professionals with the goal of tightening the (already close-knit) Jewish technology and business worlds.